Teacher Meredith Post Gramlich ’90 was quoted in a Washington Post article about an alternative-education redesign with a personalized approach in Montgomery County, Md. Regarding efforts already underway, Gramlich said, “Some of our most disengaged students are coming to school, asking for help and beginning to plan for the future.” ♦ In April the Associated Press appointed Foster Klug ’95 chief of bureau for South Korea. Previously Seoul news editor, Klug has been with the AP since 2000 and has covered Asia for nearly a decade. ♦ This summer Amy Darling ’96 will have her paintings publicly displayed for the first time. An exhibition at Tahoma One Drop Zen Monastery on Whidbey Island, Wash., will be a prelude to a more extensive show at Miro Tea in Ballard, Seattle, in November. * Architect Lyle Bradley ’99 was featured in the March/April issue of Design New England for his work converting a poorly designed 800-square-foot East Boston row house into a vibrant and space-efficient home for his family.